I've been getting into trying to run linux off of my phone through Samsung Dex (I have a rooted note 9 N9600). I've been using Andronix for a while now with their modded Ubuntu XFCE running through Proot (not sure on how to say it) but I've had issues with lag, crashes, and the general jankiness you get through a VNC server.
I figured that Linux Deploy might offer a better solution because it can be run through chroot if you have root on your phone and run the gui through an x11 server. I've tried the ubuntu varieties but they didn't seem that good comparatively and I've heard that Manjaro has the best ARM release out there currently.
My question is, how can I go about install Manjaro through Linux Deploy? It has an option to use a rootfs.tar file but the only one for manjaro I can find was here: Pre-built Manjaro ARM rootfs? and it is too barebones for me to work with. I tried running the script the user who posted it made but it gave me 404s when I tried to install openssh and didn't have basic binaries like useradd. If there's another approach to getting Manjaro running through chroot then I'm open to any possibilities.